RFR: Project files for Solaris Studio / NetBeans
jesper.wilhelmsson at oracle.com
Mon Mar 25 18:35:02 UTC 2013
Dmitry Samersoff skrev 25/3/13 6:11 PM:
> Tryed to apply your patch as I'm quite inetresting to have really
> working NB project for jdk and hotspot.
> 1. Directory structure looks strange (see screenshot1)
The structure in the Projects tab shows the NetBeans project hierarchy. It's not
related to the OpenJDK project hierarchy. The "Files" tab (to the right of the
project tab) will show you the directory structure as it looks on disk. I think
this is the tab you want to use for browsing the directories.
> 2. netbeans doesn't work for JDK tests (see screenshot2) -
> netbeans doesn't pick files
> from test directory (JDK-only project have the same issue)
> netbeans doesn't pick changes from files in JDK tree - i.e
> if I add/change class name in JDK tree, netbeans still treated it
> as unresolved within test (JDK-only project have the same issue)
I have mainly looked at the hotspot code when creating the project so I'm not
surprised to see that there are things that don't work in for instance the jdk.
I'll look at this tomorrow.
Thank you for your comments,
> On 2013-03-25 20:29, Jesper Wilhelmsson wrote:
>> Sorry for cross posting, but I think this could be useful for several
>> I would like to add Solaris Studio / NetBeans project files for the
>> entire OpenJDK project. To clarify: One project that contains the entire
>> With the new build infrastructure in JDK 8 building the entire OpenJDK
>> is fairly fast and even though I personally mostly work in the HotSpot
>> tree, I tend to always clone and build the entire JDK forest. I find
>> this to have several benefits.
>> Webrev: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~jwilhelm/7074926/webrev/
>> The configuration in this project is currently Mac only. Linux and
>> Solaris configurations are also planned.
>> The webrev is made from the jdk8/build repository which is where I think
>> a change like this should go in. Let me know if you think something else.
>> To use this project (once pushed):
>> 1. Clone your favorite repository
>> hg clone http://hg.openjdk.java.net/hsx/hotspot-gc
>> 2. Get the whole forest
>> cd hotspot-gc
>> sh get_source.sh
>> 3. Configure
>> sh configure
>> 4. Open Solaris studio / NetBeans and load the project.
>> The project in located in the common directory.
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